"works limited to the indigenous Arctic peoples of Greenland, Canada, and northern Alaska. Works discussing collectively the Inuit peoples and the related Eskimo peoples of southern and western Alaska and adjacent regions of Siberia, or works for which the individual group cannot be identified, are entered under [Eskimos.]" - LCSH
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Note on back: "Jean Gerbrandt with a few of the 'smaller' patients." This was the work of a Voluntary Service Unit at the Clearwater Lake Sanatorium for Indigenous and Inuit people in northern Manitoba. See CM 4-2-4 & 2-6-...
Four toddlers sit on the grass in foreground with two older boys behind outside at the Clearwater Lake Sanatorium, where they are patients. An inscription on the slide identifies them as "Eskimo children."
Two patients in wheelchairs with three nurses standing behind. Caption in album reads, "Patients are taken to Brandon for surgery. Marie Neufeld had the privilege of escorting these two Eskimo patients - Lucassie and Paulosie."
Inuit patients at Clearwater Lake Sanatorium. Marion Landis and an Inuit man (patient); Marion Landis and 3 Inuit women wearing their typical dress; one of the Inuit woman by herself (head nurse partly visible in background)
Used in CM "Indian Bulletin" April 22, 1969, p.21. Johnny Yesno, an Ojibwe man, broadcasts over CBC Radio on the Saturday program "Indian Magazine," a "national forum for the opinions of Indians, Metis and Eskimos."
Used in CM 5-51-6. Several Inuit children and a woman in a wheelchair at St.Anthony, the 4th MCC Voluntary Service unit in Newfoundland, offering education and medical services. Cf.CM 7-26-7 re. VBS run by Erma Hunsberger of Baden, Ont.